Cacti and Succulents

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  2. longk
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    Share your Echeveria photos and chat here

    I made the usual mistake of sowing aeoinium seeds in spring, they have stood still all summer.
    I made the usual mistake of sowing aeoinium seeds in spring, they have stood still all summer.
    I made the usual mistake of sowing aeoinium seeds in spring, they have stood still all summer.
    I made the usual mistake of sowing aeoinium seeds in spring, they have stood still all summer.
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  4. Phil A
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    Cactus update

    On-line Guide to the positive identification of Members of the Cactus FamilyThis can be interesting also !
    On-line Guide to the positive identification of Members of the Cactus FamilyThis can be interesting also !
    On-line Guide to the positive identification of Members of the Cactus FamilyThis can be interesting also !
    On-line Guide to the positive identification of Members of the Cactus FamilyThis can be interesting also !
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  5. pete
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    Cacti that are looking good.

    They're all beautiful but this one I do adore:)
    They're all beautiful but this one I do adore:)
    They're all beautiful but this one I do adore:)
    They're all beautiful but this one I do adore:)
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  6. Aesculus

    Epiphyllums and other Cacti

    They probably are a bit warm to be honest ;)Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 2
    They probably are a bit warm to be honest ;)Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 2
    They probably are a bit warm to be honest ;)Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 2
    They probably are a bit warm to be honest ;)Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 2
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  7. ricky101

    Living Stones/Linthops / Succulents

    They need to rest after only their first growing season. No water and cool temps all winter, some species need watering earlier than others, often just a light spray at first to get them going is...
    They need to rest after only their first growing season. No water and cool temps all winter, some species need watering earlier than others, often just a light spray at first to get them going is best. Some of these actually survive in the wild on fog, with practically no rain.
    They need to rest after only their first growing season. No water and cool temps all winter, some species need watering earlier than others, often just a light spray at first to get them going is best. Some of these actually survive in the wild...
    They need to rest after only their first growing season. No water and cool temps all winter, some species need watering earlier than others, often just a light spray at first to get them going is...
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  8. Snorky85

    Repot all together in a trough?

    Hi @PaulB3 That picture was took at a garden centre and I always love to see cactus flowering..:cheers:for the name mate :)
    Hi @PaulB3 That picture was took at a garden centre and I always love to see cactus flowering..:cheers:for the name mate :)
    Hi @PaulB3 That picture was took at a garden centre and I always love to see cactus flowering..:cheers:for the name mate :)
    Hi @PaulB3 That picture was took at a garden centre and I always love to see cactus flowering..:cheers:for the name mate :)
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  9. pete

    Cacti

    Mira for some reason your pic didn't come out. My camera isn't good at macro, but this is as close as I can get to my Euphorbia Obesa. Always makes me think of tartan, for some reason
    Mira for some reason your pic didn't come out. My camera isn't good at macro, but this is as close as I can get to my Euphorbia Obesa. Always makes me think of tartan, for some reason
    Mira for some reason your pic didn't come out. My camera isn't good at macro, but this is as close as I can get to my Euphorbia Obesa. Always makes me think of tartan, for some reason
    Mira for some reason your pic didn't come out. My camera isn't good at macro, but this is as close as I can get to my Euphorbia Obesa. Always makes me think of tartan, for some reason
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  10. Snorky85

    Succulents....cultivation

    Well not quite the next day but here are pics of seed grown echiveria sown 10 months earlier. Half size seed traysEdit : He lied. Top ones are full sized seed trays
    Well not quite the next day but here are pics of seed grown echiveria sown 10 months earlier. Half size seed traysEdit : He lied. Top ones are full sized seed trays
    Well not quite the next day but here are pics of seed grown echiveria sown 10 months earlier. Half size seed traysEdit : He lied. Top ones are full sized seed trays
    Well not quite the next day but here are pics of seed grown echiveria sown 10 months earlier. Half size seed traysEdit : He lied. Top ones are full sized seed trays
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  11. Lea

    Cacti seeds.

    I've planted them this year in J Arthur Bower’s cactus compost. I see plants like it. Before I used 100% peat based compost plus sand. And the covering - stones from the seashore.
    I've planted them this year in J Arthur Bower’s cactus compost. I see plants like it. Before I used 100% peat based compost plus sand. And the covering - stones from the seashore.
    I've planted them this year in J Arthur Bower’s cactus compost. I see plants like it. Before I used 100% peat based compost plus sand. And the covering - stones from the seashore.
    I've planted them this year in J Arthur Bower’s cactus compost. I see plants like it. Before I used 100% peat based compost plus sand. And the covering - stones from the seashore.
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  12. pete

    Frozen cacti

    In my Dads defence, he has not killed the Lavender that he bought. Trouble is that he will soon be moaning that they are taking the garden over! He is quite happy (and good at ) all the messing...
    In my Dads defence, he has not killed the Lavender that he bought. Trouble is that he will soon be moaning that they are taking the garden over! He is quite happy (and good at ) all the messing about that is needed to grow a few potatoes!
    In my Dads defence, he has not killed the Lavender that he bought. Trouble is that he will soon be moaning that they are taking the garden over! He is quite happy (and good at ) all the messing about that is needed to grow a few potatoes!
    In my Dads defence, he has not killed the Lavender that he bought. Trouble is that he will soon be moaning that they are taking the garden over! He is quite happy (and good at ) all the messing...
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  13. longk
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    Kalanchoe

    @longk does the stem feel like velvet as it looks like it :scratch::thumbsup:
    @longk does the stem feel like velvet as it looks like it :scratch::thumbsup:
    @longk does the stem feel like velvet as it looks like it :scratch::thumbsup:
    @longk does the stem feel like velvet as it looks like it :scratch::thumbsup:
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  14. Michael Hewett
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    Epiphyllum

    Seeing signs of new growth on all the plants, just giving them a bit of gentle watering, does anyone feed their plants when young? I never used too.
    Seeing signs of new growth on all the plants, just giving them a bit of gentle watering, does anyone feed their plants when young? I never used too.
    Seeing signs of new growth on all the plants, just giving them a bit of gentle watering, does anyone feed their plants when young? I never used too.
    Seeing signs of new growth on all the plants, just giving them a bit of gentle watering, does anyone feed their plants when young? I never used too.
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  15. Phil A
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    Repotted Oucho into Spent Mushroom Compost

    Oucho is still sulking from not getting a prize in the Melplash Show
    Oucho is still sulking from not getting a prize in the Melplash Show
    Oucho is still sulking from not getting a prize in the Melplash Show
    Oucho is still sulking from not getting a prize in the Melplash Show
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  16. Celia

    Christmas cactus

    My christmas cactus is rather confused at the moment - it has buds forming again!!!!!
    My christmas cactus is rather confused at the moment - it has buds forming again!!!!!
    My christmas cactus is rather confused at the moment - it has buds forming again!!!!!
    My christmas cactus is rather confused at the moment - it has buds forming again!!!!!
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  17. Coolsox
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    Show us your Christmas Cacti!

    This is Mrs Woos
    This is Mrs Woos
    This is Mrs Woos
    This is Mrs Woos
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  18. Phil A
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    Thing on a Cactus

    Cheers Zig have a good time drinking smoking and lobbing bottles :yay:
    Cheers Zig have a good time drinking smoking and lobbing bottles :yay:
    Cheers Zig have a good time drinking smoking and lobbing bottles :yay:
    Cheers Zig have a good time drinking smoking and lobbing bottles :yay:
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  19. Phil A
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    Skip find

    The flowers go over in a few days but more coming :)
    The flowers go over in a few days but more coming :)
    The flowers go over in a few days but more coming :)
    The flowers go over in a few days but more coming :)
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  20. kyleleonard

    Cacti Seed Potting Advice

    I live in an apartment and don't have much surface space in the kitchen area - plus we find them quite ugly and after 2.5 years of living here, we've never really needed one :biggrin: I always find they...
    I live in an apartment and don't have much surface space in the kitchen area - plus we find them quite ugly and after 2.5 years of living here, we've never really needed one :biggrin: I always find they damage the area they're on top of and we don't want to lose our deposit.My parents' broke last year...
    I live in an apartment and don't have much surface space in the kitchen area - plus we find them quite ugly and after 2.5 years of living here, we've never really needed one :biggrin: I always find they damage the area they're on top of and we don't want...
    I live in an apartment and don't have much surface space in the kitchen area - plus we find them quite ugly and after 2.5 years of living here, we've never really needed one :biggrin: I always find they...
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  21. Phil A
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    Cuttings

    I did :)
    I did :)
    I did :)
    I did :)
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  23. DaveP

    Worth waking-up for...

    Haha, Yes I had the white one for a few months and then I mistakenly left it in the care of my mother:frown: I've now got some more and have a small collection of 15 cuttings of different cultivars...
    Haha, Yes I had the white one for a few months and then I mistakenly left it in the care of my mother:frown: I've now got some more and have a small collection of 15 cuttings of different cultivars in a number of states of growth:hapfeet: You know me far to well Pete I'd love a bit of your Pink one as...
    Haha, Yes I had the white one for a few months and then I mistakenly left it in the care of my mother:frown: I've now got some more and have a small collection of 15 cuttings of different cultivars in a number of states of growth:hapfeet: You know me far...
    Haha, Yes I had the white one for a few months and then I mistakenly left it in the care of my mother:frown: I've now got some more and have a small collection of 15 cuttings of different cultivars...
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